Is Braille Obsolete?
Mar25

Is Braille Obsolete?

Are iPads and iPhones rendering Braille obsolete? And if so, should advocates for the visually impaired be worried?

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White House Honors Teen With Cerebral Palsy
Mar25

White House Honors Teen With Cerebral Palsy

Watch this heart-warming, three-minute inspirational short file of a teen with Cerebral Palsy who challenged his classmates to spend a day in a wheelchair and raised $87k in the process.

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Harvard and M.I.T. Sued Over Lack of Closed Captioning in Online Courses
Feb12

Harvard and M.I.T. Sued Over Lack of Closed Captioning in Online Courses

Advocates for the deaf on Thursday filed a federal class action, saying both universities violate anti-discrimination laws by failing to provide closed captioning in their online lectures

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Homeschooling a Child with Down Syndrome
Feb08

Homeschooling a Child with Down Syndrome

This past September we started home schooling. Before that our son, who has Down syndrome, attended public school in a regular classroom.

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She Collapses After Every Single Race. When I Learned The Truth, It Broke Me
Feb02

She Collapses After Every Single Race. When I Learned The Truth, It Broke Me

Montgomery is one of the top young distance runners in the U.S. She also happens to have multiple sclerosis.

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Special Ed Director Headed to Prison
Sep05

Special Ed Director Headed to Prison

Cheon H. Park admitted to stealing more than $2 million meant for special education services in a plea deal.

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